Juzer Patanwala

Mar 10, 2021

2 min read

Kubernetes and OpenShift Industry Use-Cases Expert Session Conducted by LinuxWorld Informatics Pvt Ltd.

I recently attended an expert session on Industry Use-Cases of Kubernetes and OpenShift by RedHat and Google technical experts which was conducted by LinuxWorld Informatics Pvt Ltd.In this blog,I will share my experience from that session and give some feedback.

When the session was conducted and by whom?

This expert session was conducted on the 8th of March,2021 by LinuxWorld Informatics Pvt. Ltd.The guest experts for this session were :

  • ”Mr. Neeraj Bhatt” (Senior Technical Engineer- OpenShift, Redhat )
  • ”Mr. Vijit Kuntal” (Consultant, Infosys Belgium)
  • ”Rushil Sharma” ( Customer Engineer Hybrid Cloud, Google)

What I learnt from this session?

♦ CVS stands for Concurrent Version System. CVS is an older method of storing the source code centrally in which there is a central copy of the project on a server and the developers have to push and commit their code to that server.

♦ Git is preferred over CVS because it reduces the workaround time and allows an agile method along with integration with automation tools

♦ Multiple environments in the production allows more security and reduces the interference with other teams.

♦ Global Traffic Manager is a method in which the user access traffic to an application is distributed to different IP addresses.It involves creating a High Availability architecture with application load balancer.

♦ Chaos testing is creating the capability to continuously create failures in the production environment to test the performance and resilience of the cluster.

♦ CPU requests are the minimum number of millicores requires by a microservice to kick up.

♦ CPU limits is the maximum number of millicores which will be provided to a microservice.

♦ CPU leaks are the events in which even after the task gets completed the microservice does not release it’s millicores and hence the number of millicores keep on increasing.

Feedback

This was a very informative session not only for those students who are well-versed with Kubernetes and OpenShift but also those who are new to these tools.All the experts especially Rushil sir did his best to answer all our questions and queries.